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Templar Rules





         


 
   

Original Knights Templar Rules and Aims

Aims

To promote:-

• Spirituality, Meditation,Charity and Chivalry. (To fund the set up of Spiritual Centres teaching Meditation & Spiritual Matters)
• To maintain the history of the Knights Templar and preserve Ancestral Heritage  
• To encourage the noble ideals of Chivalry and to promote “ Nobility through deeds of Charity & Honour”.  
• To support the poor, the sick, the unjustly accused, to stand against oppression and to protect freedom & Liberty

Some of The Original Rules of the Knights Templar 11th Century

1. To protect travellers & Keepers of the Faith
2. To bury the dead
3. To offer shelter from the sun and offer water to the thirsty
4. To protect the possessions of travellers
5. To protect the faith " miles christi" (Knight of Christ)
6. To embrace a higher calling
7. To Meditate everyday at set times
8. To provide food & clothing for members
9. To give yourself to the service of God
10. To be recognised as an Order
11. To live without money
12. To govern oneself 
13. Knights are to wear white mantles & sergeants and squires to wear black or brown mantles
14. Recruit members to fight for king & faith
15. Supporters of the faith are Champagne, Anjou, Normandy, England and Scotland
16. Right to own land and take donations to the order
17. To provide means to fight for the faith
18. Protection of the land of Jerusalem
19. Freedom from local ecclesiastical authorities
20. Titles members to be given the best robes and to wear leather gloves
21. Masons are the only other people permitted to wear gloves to protect their hands
22. Titled members are permitted to sit next to a master at meal times, 
23. To be served first and given the best food
24. If a Titled member sinned he would not have to work as penance, just say a prayer for forgiveness
25. Titled members can hear confessions and give absolution
26. Five faults that a Titled member could not give absolution for: 1. Killing a Christian man or women 2. Violently attacking another member 3. Attacking a member of another order or priest 4. renouncing the faith 5. Entering the order through fraud
27. To act independently of ecclesiastical and secular rulers
28. The Grand Master and members are given sole responsibility for the actions and conduct of the order
29. Ten Good Knights are appointed to defend the City of Jerusalem
30. A member is not allowed to charge without permission except to rescue another Christian in distress (he will lose his habit if he did so)
31. If the Christians were defeated in battle a member of the order was not allowed to return to the garrison while there was still a Christian banner raised aloft, to do so is to be expelled
32. Ten Knights are to guard the Order´s banner
33. A member will be expelled if whilst carrying the banner he charges without permission or if he lowers the banner
34. Members are not allowed to lodge with other orders accept with the Knights Hospitallers
35. Members are not allowed to eat or drink wine outside of their house, except with the hospitallers
36. In battle a member who can not rally round the order´s banner for any reason must go to a Hospitaller´s banner.
37. Retreat is only possible with the Hospitallers
38. Money will only be given to a member for him to purchase a particular item or perform a specific task for the order, any sum remaining had to be returned immediately
39. A member found to have money on him when he died is not to be buried in consecrated ground, or other members to pray for his soul, his body is to be thrown to the dogs
40. The Master is not allowed to give away land without the permission of the members
41. Disobeying orders will be expelled

Over 680 rules made up the Knights Templar rules.

Last Rule: "Now we have told you the things which you should do and what you should guard against, and those which lead to expulsion from the house, and the other punishments; we have not told you everything we should tell you, but you will ask.

May God let you say and do well.

 
 
 

  

Ark of the Covenant

Ask yourself some questions which are Positive or Negative?


1.      Greed = positive or negative?
2.      Love = positive or negative?
3.      Hate = positive or negative?
4.      Jealousy = positive or negative?
5.      Anger = positive or negative?
6.      Caring = positive or negative?
7.      Neighbourley = positive or negative?
8.      Forgiveness = positive or negative?
9.      Charity = positive or negative?
10.  Misery = positive or negative?


The Egyptians were the first to construct an Ark (communication device with God) from the plans and Laws of nature left to them. During the Time of Abandonment when man disregarded his spiritual side in favour of greed and the persuit of material possessions, the plans, laws, and secrets of the universe were hidden in a safe place, known as the Hall of Records. Waiting for a time known as the Age of Aquarius, when mankind would regain the use of his spiritual side, but only after the earth experiences a great disaster. We are now in that Age of Aquarius slowly approaching the Winter of Aquarius which begins on 21st December 2012. Aquarius is the Water sign and winter means “a period like winter, as the last or final period of life; a period of decline, decay, inertia, dreariness, or adversity”. The Water sign means a FLOOD is coming.

Copies of these great plans were spread all over the world. Different races though, interpreted the plans in different ways. Stonehenge in England was built as one version of an Ark.

The Ark was only used by high ranking people of importance, Pharaohs, high priests and Queens. All were depicted as carrying the Ankh in Egyptian illustrations known as “The Key to Life”. 

Moses was raised and trained in Egypt and he eventually had a mobile Ark constructed. Was he a Master of the Magi? If this was the case, then he would have been taught to the very highest level in the religious ways of the Egyptians and this would have included use of meditation for the purpose of achieving higher consciousness. There can be no doubt about that. The issue of the great conflict between Moses and Pharaoh that may well have been acted out without the need for one side or the other ?

The Riddle of the Ark of the Covenant

1. The Ark of the Covenant, is it Tablets of stone with the Ten Commandments?
2. Is it the communication device with god?
3. Is it in Ethiopia?
4. Did it travel by boat from Egypt stay on an Island at first then move to a secret location?
5. Just Myth?

Solve the Mystery

This is your chance to be Indiana Jones solving the real mystery of the Ark of the Covenant. We will give you some clues, work out the clues and you know where it is and what it is.

The Clues

1. The Knights Templars Britannia know the location of the Ark of the Covenant,
2. There are many Arks of the Covenant,
3. Different designs but all follow the principle of vibrational energy.
4. The one in question is one of the largest most famous,
5. It is only part of the apparatus required to turn it on.
6. You need a large structure made out of a particular material to turn it on.
7. Such structures can be seen from space.
8. There are many worldwide
9. Located in key positions.
10. One part is quartz crystal
11. One part is gold
12. It must be facing a certain way
13. The key is numbered, the key is: 3.7.3 - 3.7.2 – 3.7.7 – 3.7.8.9.1 – 3.7.6 – 3.7.7

          
 



    

Charity

templar cross Charity Warning

There are many Charities that appear to be genuine with good reputations, yet behind the scenes you will find a complete outrageous web of lies and deceit, they are glorified scams under the pretence of being a 'charity'. Charity is big business and some directors and chairman are on £millions per year in salaries with flash company cars. The good people working in the shops as volunteers doing their bit are unaware that they are actually unpaid slaves working for rich 'Fat Cats' who are living the high life on the exploitation of CHARITY.

Charity Management Companies If you look at some Charity events you will find a 'Management Company' running the event, this often charges a 'Management Fee' against the funds raised, in many cases 70-99% of all funds raised go to the 'Management Company' and little of what you give ever reaches the real charitable cause. Why do you not here about this, well it is simple these charities are one of the media industry's largest advertisers spending £Billions every year on adverts that are designed to make you give generously towards the 'Fat Cats' new luxury holiday home or Bentley Car.

Here in England one family runs many well known high street charities, plus they are all on huge salaries with expensive company cars, but they do not have to declare this to the public it is hidden in their clever annual report as one total sum 'salaries and expenses'; 95% of the workers work for FREE 5% get paid up to 99% of the funds raised. There is nothing Christian about the people who do this, but, they promote Christian values yet, it is not their religion. This is exploitation of the masses, they exploit our Christian caring nature, our brotherly and sisterly love for fellow humans, yet they regard us as inferior. The Knights Templar stand for old fashion values, protection of the weak, guardians of humanity and Knights against injustice and the poor.

This scam is a global business involving many countries throughout the world. One very famous Charity encourages people to donate clothes for poor people in Africa. Good Christian and other religious faiths generously donate their clothes to this Charity believing that the poor will be given their clothes. This is not the case, what actually happens is the clothes are sorted into what will sell in this Charity's high street shops for 100% profit with the benefit going to the 'paid management' of this company, as the volunteer shop workers have no idea what will actually happen to the 'seconds' clothes destined for Africa, which they believe is the main purpose of their volunteer work to make money in the shops to be able to send the 'seconds' clothes to the needy in Africa.

templar cross This is what happens to the Clothes

When the clothes reach Africa via container ship, [which the Charity owns, making profit out of shipping other containers] they sell the clothes to market traders, who sell the clothes in the local market. Not one piece of clothing is given to the poor and needy. The money is sent back to the 'Fat Cats', and all of this is TAX FREE because it's a registered Charity. No one said they were giving them away, they said- "THE CLOTHES GO TO THE NEEDY IN AFRICA" The people who buy these second hand clothes in Africa are definitely 'Needy'. WHAT A WONDERFUL LEGAL SCAM THAT HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR 40+ YEARS, AND THE COMPANY IS A WORLD-WIDE HOUSEHOLD NAME.

templar cross Knights Templar Charity Events

The Knights Templars encourage members to raise money for local charitable worthy causes. Unlike many organisations that raise money for worthy causes the Knights Templars do not allow administration fees or salaries to be charged against money raised, therefore every penny raised goes to the worthy cause it was intended for. Through your support we can continue to raise money for Autism and ensure that 100% of money raised goes to Autistic Children

templar cross Help form a Knights Templar Volunteer Group in your area to:

1. Help the aged with gardening, shopping, DIY around their homes

2. Help drive disabled people around or take them for a fun day out

3. Help clean up Graffiti in the area

4. Help clean up the Parks from rubbish & dangerous sharp objects that could spread disease to children & animals

5. Help care for abandoned animals, possibly raise money for a shelter

6. Help people who suffer from domestic violence at home, possible raise funds for a 'Safe House' to provide temporary stays while people get themselves back on their feet

7. Help less fortunate homeless individuals with a roof over their head, a hot meal & a hot bath; possibly raise money for a shelter

8. Help others with your talent 'Work for Free' (pro bono) for the most needy in your community (for every $worth of Free Work you do to help others it will come back to you 10 fold)

9. Come up with your own idea to help others (tell us, we would love to hear from you)

 
 

  
              
 


    

The Holy Grail

 The Holy Grail & the Keepers of the Faith

 Who were the keepers of the wisdom and sacred secrets all these years? Was it the Knights Templars, guardians of the truth and keepers of the faith? Do they have the Ark of the Covenant that Moses had? Is the Holy Grail really the bloodline of Jesus Christ? Are the Knights Templars the guardians of that bloodline? Why did the church hunt them down to destroy them? Was it because of the knowledge they have, even to this day? Is there a direct descendant of Jesus alive today, if so who is he/she? Would such a bloodline be powerful? Or is the real Holy Grail and secrets the truth about our planet, Humans & secret enemies within. Our we all living an illusion of freedom? Our the Templars the real Gedi Knights. Is there a secret WAR OF THE WORLDS going on today?
 

merkaba


A Solid Gold Merkaba or "Star of David" once stood on top of the pyramids.

MerKaBa


 
When the 3D Merkaba is viewed from below the Sun creates a shadow of both Dark & Light.
This is where the Knights Templar Symbol is derived.


Our story comes from The Knights Templar of Egypt "The Magi". Our story is derived from the Temples of Egypt; whilst the names and even languages have changed throughout history the common beliefs are fundamentally the same. Derived from Akhennaten´s monotheistic religion (belief in ‘One God’) who created the Mer-Ka-Ba symbol where the original Knights Templar symbol is taken. Akhennaten was the first to belief that all men are equal in the love of ONE GOD. We believe in the true name of God "RA" (God of Light and Creation) and in the pure Energy Spirit of Jesus. We believe in the "Love of the Creator" (the most powerful energy in the universe) .

 

 
 

  

Ancestry of the Grand Master

Direct descendant to one of the first Norman Barons of England
 appointed by
William the Conqueror
after the Battle of Hastings 1066


As once recorded in The Tower of London (now at Kew gardens public records Office)

Whose descendants include:

Lord Marshall of England
Chief Justice of England
Bishop of Winchester
Dean of Windsor
Provost of Eaton College
Chancellor of York

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Original Wax Seal ^

 

Devisor of English and Norman Laws,
Principal to King William Rufus
First Justice of Ayre

 

Keeper of the King’s Forests, Parks and Chases of England

 

In the time of Henry I, Lord Chancellors of England  

In the time of Henry II became benefactors to St Gilbert founded the only English monastic order. 'The Gilbertines' the first Order that allowed women.

GILBERT of Sempringham

Gilbert was born in about 1085 at Sempringham near Billingborough, Lincolnshire and was the son of Jocelin, a Norman knight, who came from Normandy with William the Conqueror. His mother was a Saxon 'of inferior origin' and was said to have dreamed before Gilbert's birth that she was holding the round moon in her lap, which was taken to be a sign that the child would rise to greatness.

Because of a deformity Gilbert was unable to follow the knightly pursuits of his father. It is believed he was shunned because of his repulsive appearance. He went to France, probably to the monastery of Citeaux, and on his return to England in 1123 his father gave him the livings of Sempringham and Torrington.

Gilbert gave the revenue of these benefices to the poor and founded and taught in free schools in his parishes. Gilbert lived in a room over the porch in the church at Sempringham and he decided to found a convent to which women could retire from the world in order to devote themselves to study and worship. The priory of Sempringham was founded in 1135 and the new Order of Gilbertines was approved by the Pope, the King and Bishop Alexander of Lincoln.

Gilbertine Priories were founded at Alvingham, North Ormsby, Six Hills, West Torrington and Lincoln.  Others followed until there was a total of thirteen houses for women.

Men were introduced into the house to help with the heavy work but were kept strictly separate from the nuns. Although Gilbert was renowned for his gentleness, he made strict rules for discipline.

Gilbert was particularly interested in education and taught by example. He set a high example not only by his own learning and piety but also by his humility and energy. Numerous miracles were ascribed to him. In London, fire consumed the houses surrounding the one in which he was staying but he remained praying and the fire consumed all but the room in which he was situated.

In 1165 Gilbert and his Priors were summoned to Westminster, charged with assisting Thomas Becket. Gilbert said he would suffer exile rather than say he was innocent of the charge because he believed he was right to assist the Archbishop as head of his Church. The charge was dismissed by Henry II.

After Gilber’s death in 1189 at the supposed age of 104, the Order continued to grow and at the Dissolution there were twenty-six Gilbertine houses in England.

"The Lost Princess of Wales"

Ellen, Simon de Montfort's daughter, had married Prince Llewellyn of Wales in Worcester Cathedral in October 1278. The Prince, anxious for an heir to the Welsh throne, was greatly distressed when in June 1282 Ellen died in childbirth. The baby - a girl - lived, and was given the name of Gwenllian. Llewellyn was disconsolate at the loss of his wife whomtruly loved, and, being very busy with the affairs of Wales, he gave Gwenllian into the care of his brother Davydd Ap Gruffydd and Elizabeth his wife. Not long after, in December 1282, Llewellyn himself was killed in battle against King Edward. His severed head was sent to London and with him the Welsh nation state had collapsed.

When the Kings men brought from Wales the coronet called Arthur's Crown, together with a fragment of the true Cross, they brought Gwenllian as well, the only daughter of the true Prince of Wales. Her very presence posed a political problem.

What was the King to do with her? In 1283 Edward wrote to the Prior and Prioress of Sempringham, in Lincolnshire ..... "having the Lord before our eyes, pitying also her sex and age, that the innocent may not seem to atone for the iniquity and ill doing of the wicked, and contemplating especially the life of your Order .... ".

King Edward's idea was that the child should simply disappear- and for the sum of £20 a year (a great deal of money in those days) she was to be kept in Sempringham Priory. There Gwenllian would live the ordered life of a nun, having no visitors, destined not to marry or have children - never to be heard of again. She died at the age of 54.

In the reign of King John, a Chancellor of England and a Cardinal of England

 

In the reign of Richard II, Lord of West Easefield Castle in Yorkshire,

Supreme Lord Treasurer of England

In the reign of Edward IV 1461-1483, the founder of the Monastry of St. Catherine "Knights Templar Order",(named after the original Monastry in the Sinai purported to be the site of the burning bush) one of the last Knights Templar Orders formed before the inquisitions started, which led the Monastry to became Knights Hospitallers. The Knights Hospitallers of St Catherine along with other Knights Hospitallers remained until the dissolution 1538 when Henry VIII took possession of them all, it survived the dissolution and remained a Hospital for all.

In the reign of Henry VIII,  Land Sergeant of Westmoorland and Lord of Bowes Castle

 

In the reign of Henry VIII, Baron of Brough, Westmoorland and the King gave him the Nunnery of Minkillery.

For services to the crown at the Battle of Solway-moss Standard Bearer to Henry VIII and was made Knight. 

             
 

    

Original Knights Templar Rules and Aims

Aims

To promote:-

• Spirituality, Meditation,Charity and Chivalry. (To fund the set up of Spiritual Centres teaching Meditation & Spiritual Matters)
• To maintain the history of the Knights Templar and preserve Ancestral Heritage  
• To encourage the noble ideals of Chivalry and to promote “ Nobility through deeds of Charity & Honour”.  
• To support the poor, the sick, the unjustly accused, to stand against oppression and to protect freedom & Liberty

Some of The Original Rules of the Knights Templar 11th Century

1. To protect travellers & Keepers of the Faith
2. To bury the dead
3. To offer shelter from the sun and offer water to the thirsty
4. To protect the possessions of travellers
5. To protect the faith " miles christi" (Knight of Christ)
6. To embrace a higher calling
7. To Meditate everyday at set times
8. To provide food & clothing for members
9. To give yourself to the service of God
10. To be recognised as an Order
11. To live without money
12. To govern oneself 
13. Knights are to wear white mantles & sergeants and squires to wear black or brown mantles
14. Recruit members to fight for king & faith
15. Supporters of the faith are Champagne, Anjou, Normandy, England and Scotland
16. Right to own land and take donations to the order
17. To provide means to fight for the faith
18. Protection of the land of Jerusalem
19. Freedom from local ecclesiastical authorities
20. Titles members to be given the best robes and to wear leather gloves
21. Masons are the only other people permitted to wear gloves to protect their hands
22. Titled members are permitted to sit next to a master at meal times, 
23. To be served first and given the best food
24. If a Titled member sinned he would not have to work as penance, just say a prayer for forgiveness
25. Titled members can hear confessions and give absolution
26. Five faults that a Titled member could not give absolution for: 1. Killing a Christian man or women 2. Violently attacking another member 3. Attacking a member of another order or priest 4. renouncing the faith 5. Entering the order through fraud
27. To act independently of ecclesiastical and secular rulers
28. The Grand Master and members are given sole responsibility for the actions and conduct of the order
29. Ten Good Knights are appointed to defend the City of Jerusalem
30. A member is not allowed to charge without permission except to rescue another Christian in distress (he will lose his habit if he did so)
31. If the Christians were defeated in battle a member of the order was not allowed to return to the garrison while there was still a Christian banner raised aloft, to do so is to be expelled
32. Ten Knights are to guard the Order´s banner
33. A member will be expelled if whilst carrying the banner he charges without permission or if he lowers the banner
34. Members are not allowed to lodge with other orders accept with the Knights Hospitallers
35. Members are not allowed to eat or drink wine outside of their house, except with the hospitallers
36. In battle a member who can not rally round the order´s banner for any reason must go to a Hospitaller´s banner.
37. Retreat is only possible with the Hospitallers
38. Money will only be given to a member for him to purchase a particular item or perform a specific task for the order, any sum remaining had to be returned immediately
39. A member found to have money on him when he died is not to be buried in consecrated ground, or other members to pray for his soul, his body is to be thrown to the dogs
40. The Master is not allowed to give away land without the permission of the members
41. Disobeying orders will be expelled

Over 680 rules made up the Knights Templar rules.

Last Rule: "Now we have told you the things which you should do and what you should guard against, and those which lead to expulsion from the house, and the other punishments; we have not told you everything we should tell you, but you will ask.

May God let you say and do well.

 
 

  

Knights and Members Rights & Obligatus
Knights Templars Rights

1. Use of Rank & Title  
2. Use of the Order's Crest of Honour
3. Use of HKt.B after your name
4. Right to wear all Knights Templar Regalia
5. Right to propose Membership to the Knights Templars  
6. Right to propose Membership to the Heritage Club
7. Right to propose [petition] appointments, Ranks, & Titles for commendable deeds    
8. Right to create a Templar Temple" or Club House
9. Arrange fund raising Events for the Order                                             

Obligatus [Obligation]

1. To expand & advance the Order’s Membership & following of Christ



                     
 




















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